AceShowbiz - Kate Hudson has to face the wrath of mothers after implying that getting cesarean section is like taking an easy route in childbirth. On Cosmopolitan's latest issue, she was asked to name the laziest thing she's ever done and she answered, "Have a C-section!" She landed on hot water for her "insensitive" remark.
Having a C-Section is far from lazy, ok? pic.twitter.com/DcjmJbi6i0— Mrs ™ (@SuchACoolChick) 4 September 2017
Mothers soon blasted Kate on Twitter. "Dear #KateHudson-My son & I would be dead if I didn't have a c-section. Keep your 'lazy' comments to yourself, it's offensive & ill informed," a user wrote, while another sarcastically quipped, "My Two C Sections were necessary in order to save the lives of my 2 wonderful sons. Not lazy, and it hurt like hell. #LazyMom."
Dear #KateHudson -My son & I would be dead if I didn't have a c-section.Keep your "lazy" comments to yourself, it's offensive & ill informed— Cara Hammond (@cara_hammond) September 12, 2017
Another user snarked, "guess being in labor 4 24hrs with no progress, my son in distress & then having a c-section was my lazy way out. Good to know." Another remarked, "How rude could #KateHudson be I had 4 c-sections in 3 yrs and almost lost 2 of them seriously lost all respect."
#KateHudson guess being in labor 4 24hrs with no progress, my son in distress & then having a c-section was my lazy way out. Good to know.— Jennifer Ryan (@SmurfetRyan) September 11, 2017
Kate has two children, 13-year-old Ryder and 6-year-old Bingham. While she gave birth to Bingham naturally, Ryder was delivered through C-section two weeks before his due date. The actress previously shared, "I was going to get induced because the baby was so big. Then my hips weren't opening, and I wasn't dilating."
"I was in labor. My contractions were two to five minutes apart and I couldn't feel anything," she added. "The doctor said I could go home, but it was such a pain in the butt to get to hospital because we were being stalked by photographers. We went in at midnight and I was like: 'I am not going home. I just don't want to do this again. Let's just have a C-section.' And so I got drugged up."